More than half of respondents in Kaspersky's "Global Privacy Report 2018" report believe complete online privacy is impossible in this digital world, FutureFive reports. The group surveyed 11,887 respondents in 21 countries. The survey also found that 39.2% of respondents will share personal data if they receive security checks or surveillance, 22% share social media details to get results of quizzes, and 18.9% share their information if they receive a free gift. Additionally, 53.6% surveyed in the Asia-Pacific region revealed their personal information was hacked, with online breaches highest for those in the 16–24 age range at 57.1%.
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